Yoga

Yoga: Our program is an opportunity to relate, relax and release. While yoga postures are germane to the experience, we focus on many methods and ways to find ease and opportunity for the body. It happens the last two Saturdays of every month at TOLH: the cost is $5. Arrive a little early, classes begin promptly at 11:15. Class ends no later than 12:30. Bring a mat or borrow one. Wear comfortable clothes, and most importantly, move at your own pace. If you’re interested, leave a message referencing yoga at (215)275-2074. Oak Lane House venue events are located at 6635 N. 11th Street , http://www.oaklanehouse.org

Part-time Bookkeeper wanted

Part-time Bookkeeper wanted
The Oak Lane Presbyterian Church, located at 6637 N. 11th Street in East Oak Lane, is looking for a part-time bookkeeper. The hours wanted are 4/5 hours biweekly to pay bills and invoices and to do payroll for less than 10 employees.
The individual must have experience using Intuit QuickBooks for business. The bookkeeper is responsible for bi-weekly payroll, bills, monthly and end of the year tax preparation, IRS forms W2 and 1099s, bank reconciliations, and monthly reports. The bookkeeper works closely with the treasurer, who approves and authorizes payments at the direction of the session and who signs checks.
Pay rate is $20/hour
Applicants should email their resume or inquiries to office@oaklanepresbyterian.org

9th Annual Holiday Blood Drive/ Coat Drive/Sock Drive | Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018 | 10am – 3pm

East Oak Lane Cooks
The cookbook contains 94 recipes from 40 of your neighbors, who included notes on why the recipes are special to their families. It includes recipes for vegans, vegetarians and those who want to eat gluten-free or dairy-free.

The new  East Oak Lane Cooks  cookbook has arrived just in time for holiday gift giving and will be available for sale at OLCAA’s 9 th annual holiday Blood/Coat/Sock Drive.      The cookbook contains 94 recipes from 40 of your neighbors, who included notes on why the recipes are special to their families.    It includes recipes for vegans, vegetarians and those who want to eat gluten-free or dairy-free. The cookbook is being sold for $10 while supplies last; the money raised will fund neighborhood activities.    The purchase price includes one free download of the cookbook for your phone or notebook.

9th annual Holiday Blood Drive/ Coat Drive/Sock Drive

Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018      10am – 3pm
Oak Lane Presbyterian Church
11th & Oak Lane

We will be accepting:  Gently worn coats (any style, any size, adults and children) scarves, hats, caps, gloves, and mittens.  The clothing will be distributed to needy families at the Germantown Ave. Crisis Ministry, Germantown & Chelten Aves.

If you don’t have any winter-wear, please consider bringing new socks for adults. They will be donated to Senior Citizens at the nursing homes in East Oak Lane  and to homeless men at Whosoever Gospel Mission on Chelten Ave.

If you are a blood donor, please don’t wait to get a phone call from us.  Just call  Peggy Weston at 215-224-4547 to schedule an appointment, though appointments are not necessary.

If you need to drop off your coats earlier than Dec. 8, please call 215-224-4547 for an alternate drop-off site.

Advance orders are being taken for East Oak Lane Cooks, a limited number of cookbooks are available.  You can reserve your copies by calling the OLCAA HotLine (215-224-2777) or by sending an email (olcaa.eol@gmail.com; SUBJECT:Cookbook) with your name, address, phone number and the number of copies.

Sponsored by
Oak Lane Community Action Association

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